This week’s 100 word challenge is … As time passes …
The tide rolls in with regular monotony.
The oceans move in an invisible synchronisation with the Earth, Moon and Sun.
The waves tumble onto sandy beaches.
The waves crash against cliffs.
As time passes, the solid rocks are gradually eroded.
Caves form at the base of the cliffs.
The water continues it’s bombardment of the ground, creating rock arches.
As time passes, parts of the cliff collapse.
Deep vertical chasms are carved into the contours of the coastline.
The ocean cascades into low caves that join with vertical shafts, forming blowholes.
As time passes the world evolves.
Photos from our day trip to Tasmania’s East Coast around Eaglehawk Neck.